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Greenwich, Fairfield Co., CT

BY SPENCER P. MEAD, L.L.B. VOLUME 9, 1741 - 1748. PAGE 187

Transcribed by Geri Ryerson K.

TAYLOR, John, Lieut., late of Norwalk, will dated Oct. 9. 1744, probated Dec. 4, 1744, mentioned his wife Sarah, and children Wait wife of Jackin Gregory, Sarah wife of Nathaniel Bates, Mary Wife of Asahel Raymond, Abner, John, Noah, Josiah, and Reuben and appointed Samuel Hanford and Samuel Fitch to make division of his land. Executors his sons John and Noah. Witnesses Thomas Soribner, Peter Randall and Mary Burr. Appeal taken by Reuben Taylor, page 272. Inventory taken Dec. 10, 1744, by Samuel Hanford, Samuel Cluckstone and Samuel Fitch, and filed Dec. 18, 1744, page 274, Additional inventory, page 279.

TAYLOR, John, late of Norwalk, inventory taken June 30, 1742, by Samuel Weed, David Lambert, and Richard Duning, verified by John Taylor, administrator, and filed Nov. 24, 1742, page 189.

THOMPSON, Ambrose, late of Stratford, will dated Feb. 23, 1740/1, probated Oct. 6, 1742, mentioned deed of gift to his sons, daughters Elizabeth Thompson and Hannah Thompson, and son Thomas. Executors his son John, Captain David Judson, and Daniel Hawley. Witnesses Nathaniel Hawley, Edward Booth, and David Judson Jr., page 122. Inventory taken Oct 26, 1742, by Joseph Wells, Jr., and John Thompson, Jr., of personal property and Apl. 28, 1743, by Theophilus Nichkolls and John Thompson Jr., of real property, and filed May 10, 1743, page 123.

THOMPSON, Epheram, late of Stratfield, inventory taken Nov. 20, 1746, by John Thompson and Theophilus Nickols, and filed Nov. 20, 1746, page 375.

THOMPSON, John Deacon, late of Fairfield, inventory taken Mch. 10, 1741/2, by Samuel Gold and Nathaniel Burr, verified by John Thompson, executor, and filed Mch. 11, 1741/2, page 191.

THOMPSON, Sarah, late of Fairfield, widow of Deacon John Thompson, will dated Jan. 20, 1746/7, probated Dec. (continued on page 188).

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